Monthly Archives: March 2017

Friday 17th March 2017

WWT Slimbridge    Today on South Lake two drake GARGANEYS, also a Spotted Redshank,c40 Avocets, a Dunlin and c60 Black-tailed Godwits. (Dave Hughes/Geoff Moyser/Roberta Goodall). Also a 3rd calendar year Mediterranean Gull on South Lake. (Mark Dowie). Ashleworth Ham     A … Continue reading

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Thursday 16th March 2017

WWT Slimbridge    A LITTLE RINGED PLOVER on South Lake, best viewed from Hogarth hide and 11 Sand Martins over the Tack Piece. (Martin McGill). Ashleworth Ham     This afternoon three Sand Martins and the drake GREEN-WINGED TEAL on the … Continue reading

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Wednesday 15th March 2017

Westbury-on-Severn    A HOUSE MARTIN this afternoon. (Pete Walkden/Owen Follis). Cleeve Hill     A MERLIN on a kill on the golf course today. (Greg Mabbett). Forest of Dean     From New Fancy View between 10am and 3pm nine Goshawks, … Continue reading

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Tuesday 14th March 2017

Ashleworth Ham    The drake GREEN-WINGED TEAL still today from the screens at 5:30pm. (Ceri Jones). Saul    Three CATTLE EGRETS near Passage Road with 25 Little Egrets again this morning. (Roy Widgery). Saul Warth     A Spotted Redshank again with … Continue reading

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Monday 13th March 2017

Berkeley shore    A BLACK REDSTART (3rd patch record) and a Wheatear this evening. (Paul Taylor). Pic by Paul. Frampton      A male WHITE WAGTAIL on Court field this morning. (Terry Evans). On Court lake a male Goldeneye, four Red Crested … Continue reading

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Sunday 12th March 2017

Berkeley shore    A WHEATEAR this morning. (Paul Taylor). Pic by Paul. Sharpness     Two WHEATEARS this afternoon between Sharpness and Berkeley Pill on the marsh. (Jeff Kirby). Lydney New Grounds/Aylburton Warth     Three WHEATEARS, three Chiffchaffs, a Stonechat, c140 … Continue reading

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Saturday 11th March 2017

Saul    45 WAXWINGS by the Stroudwater canal bridge near Saul Junction this afternoon. (Rich Hearn). Ashleworth Ham    The drake GREEN-WINGED TEAL still today and also a MERLIN. (Mark Hobson). Other birds included 45 Wigeon, two Gadwalls, 60 Teal, four Pintails, five Shovelers, three … Continue reading

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